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Frank Dieber
Last Activity:
Aug 6, 2019
Joined:
Aug 18, 2018
Messages:
33
Likes Received:
22
Trophy Points:
8
Gender:
Male
Birthday:
Feb 18, 1982 (Age: 37)
Location:
Greenwood Lake N.Y.
Occupation:
Site Foreman/Underwater Search and recovery

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Frank Dieber

Angel Fish, Male, 37, from Greenwood Lake N.Y.

I’d rather be a fish! Jun 22, 2019

Frank Dieber was last seen:
Aug 6, 2019
    1. Frank Dieber
      Frank Dieber
      I’d rather be a fish!
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 18, 1982 (Age: 37)
    Location:
    Greenwood Lake N.Y.
    Occupation:
    Site Foreman/Underwater Search and recovery
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    Padi,SSI
    Dive History:
    Reefs off of east coast Fl. and Bimini. Lake George NY. , and Multiple S&R/Salvage dives in Greenwood lake NY.
    Certification History:
    PADI OW 15/8/18 , PADI AOW 15/10/18 , PADI Drysuit 10/9/18, SSI Equipment Specialist 8/5/19
    Certification Level:
    Advanced Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    One Year
    I have only been certified for a year but I have been diving since I was 12. My father was a DM. and he taught me how to dive and find things under water in our home town lake that is nearly 0 vis. Since he past away I carried on the business of S&R/Salvage. Last year I decided to get certified and because of my love of diving further my knowledge and skills of diving now I’m on my way to become a dive master my self.